The school told parents in a letter Monday that while the principal's promotion of the 40 Days for Life had "created a very difficult atmosphere for everyone," they agreed to "move forward" with him at the helm nevertheless.
The Education and Culture Committee of the Chamber of Representatives in Brazil has unanimously rejected, October 19, a bill that would have authorized, under state supervision, parents to homeschool their children. The homeschool bill had been introduced in 2008 by Evangelical representative Henrique Afonso and Catholic Representative Miguel Martini. In their rejection, the committee expressed its view that homeschooling “disrespects the Constitution, the Penal Code, the National Education Guidelines and Basic Law and the Child and Adolescent Statute.” However, home education was not, in the past, a strange experience in Brazil. The constitutions of Brazil had protection and respect for […]